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Kolt M WOIt OF MACON,
ftQN. W. A. HUFF.
The Burning of Richmond Theatre in
1811— Remarkable Ecape. .
| of the Lynchburg Virginian
>• Amongst the multitudes of remem
Hirances of my boyliood and youth none
are more vivid tli those connected with
tlmb' • s>!t 1 i • climond i entre on
0,,. , : .( ip. iweo y-sixth of Deceinliei
f,s|‘f lwo yenertuions have since cnim
ami g um. and perhaps wtfnt I.write mhj
he of interest to some i ow living
•1 was then a school boy in Richmond
My patents generally’ eschewed the thea
tre. hut that evening were persuaded by
some young Iriends to accompany them
Others Irom our hoarding house, to the
number of nine or ten. likewise attended
The play was over, and the after-piece had
just begun. The actors paused, and seem
ed confused ; and at the same time lire
fell on the stage. An actor then came
forward and announced : “Ladies andgeu
tlenieH. the theatre is on lire.” Instantly
all ws tumult and terror. Parties sepa
rated, caclr rushing forwarded to find
means of escape Of those who went from
our boarding house, no two got out togeth
er. The pit of tli“ theatre was on a level
with the street; and escaped thence,
through the only outer door, was easy
Many from the lower gallery clambered
down into the pit, and saved themselves
in.that way. A good stairway, beginning
afew feet from the outer door, led tp the
mdleries The house was full, and in the
frantic terror most of those in the first gal
lery'rushed toward the bead ol the stairs.
Here the pressure was fearful. Many were
thrown down and trampled to death. My
parents were forcibly separated. My
mother, without the slightest efforts ou her
part, was thrust upwards on the head and
shoulders of those begining to descend the
stairs; and, so dense was the mass, she
was carried, in a reclining posture, to the
bottom on her feet; and then the outer
door, just before her afforded egress. She
lost shoes, bonnet and cap ; and was the
first to reach the house. ,
• “The father of the writer escaped in a
different way. Just after bis wife bad
been carried down, the staircase gave way
and tliep masses of frantic beings went
rolling over each other to the floor. See
in,, escape by the stairs cut off, lie felt a
current of cool air, and looking to the left
saw a window a few feet off. He was a
stout heavy man, and by a violent effort
reached the window and seated himself
on the sill. He then wrapped bis great
coat around him; and bolding by the
outer edges of the sill as long as possible,
dropped afely to the ground.
“The writer’s half sister, sixteen years
old, was in the bouse with her grandmoth
er. The old lady was heavy and helpless
and making little or no effort to escape,
•was burned. Her graml-dautber sprang
to a window and leaped out. The fall
shattered her right ankle hone so badly
that she could not move. After a time a
gentleman recognized her, and, with other
help, carried her to a house one square off
There she suffered agony for many weeks
before removal was possible ; and a year
elapsed before she could walk, and was
lame for life.
“An aunt and cousin of the writer hud
been attended to the theater by a young
lawyer. When the alarm was given, fear
appealed to deprive both of the power
to move. In vain the young man he
sought them to flee for • tiedr lives In
spite of entreaties both sat still, while the
heat and smoke became eaeh moment
more insupportable. The gentleman re
mained with them until his nose, eyebrows
and whiskers were badly scorched. The
instinct of self preservation theu drove
him to a window near at hand, whence ho
leaped for liis life One knee was badly
sprained. The ladies kept their seats'and
met their doom.
“The writer’s mother, just as she left
the theater, observed a large, heavy old
.man lying on bis back, beneath a window
perfectly dead. She used to say that the
look of agony in that ghastly fr.ee haunt
ed her for years
“A touching incident, well authentica
ted. was this : Lieutenant Gibbon, United
States Navy, was betrothed to the most
beautiful girl in Richmond He was the
son of Major Gibbon, Collector of the
Port, who, in the war of the revolution,
led the ‘forlorn’ hope of volunteers, being
lieutenant in command of the storming
party, in Wayne's attack on Stony Point.
The lieutenant and his betrothed were in
the theatre, but when the alarm was given
he was not at her side. He hastened to
her rescue, and. finding a lady whom,
from her general appearance, he supposed
was the loved one, he struggled manfully
for her safety, and at length got her with
out the building. Here, to his dismay,
the bright light revealed the features of an
unknown lady. He instantly rushed back
into the house, now a mass of fire, but tbe
adverse throng delayed bis progress so
much that, just as be found her whom he
sought, the roof fell in. and both perished.
wDoctor McCaw, a prominent physician,
was instrumental in saving many females.
He sat astride a window sill and persuad
ed them to get on the seat, then, holding
Ahand firmly in his, they were gently
lowered as far as be could reach and then
dropped safely to tbe ground. All so aided
escaped unhurt. When alt whom he could
4#fluence bad been thus saved, the doctor,
finding the fire close at band, leaped from
the window, bnt in doing no he injured
one knee, which rendered him lame for
| "One who attend* the Monnmental
Church, in Richmond, secs in front a kind
ot mausoleum, within which is a nionu
tnent inscribed with the names of seventy
two victims of the tire. The mausoleum
occupies the site of the old theater Tlie
I Governor of tbs State was one of the vic
f Outs. Some of the writer's schoolmates
, were in the house, bht by pushing under
i the elbows of the crowd all escaped.
Preparing for Insurrection.
| Madrid. November 15.—1 tis said the
r Central Junta of the Carlist organization
I ** meet to-day to discum means to pro
| cure funds to support the insurrection in
I'KOM ALL THE WOltl.U.
Altiii>>. in Boston More CiiprrfiU.
Boston, November 15.—As the suffer
ers by the fire become better acquainted
with the nature and extent of their losses,
the feeling of confidence among all cla-s
e.s Seems to grow stronger, that both home
and foreign insurance offices which have
been brought to a large insolvency will,
in time, liquidate their entire debts
The salvage is found to vary from 15 to
60 per cent in proportion to the loss, as
the schedule of saved property is being
made out as rapidly as possible, and proofs
of losses are in some cases already sent
in The work of adjustment will he
pushed forward with the utmost rapidity
Large quantities of goods stolen at the
tire have been recovered by the police—
the value being estimated at between tilt ce
and four hundred thousand dollars, and a
lot of unclaimed property flow awaits iu
dentiticaliou at the City Hall
From i'Eiiiiu l>y ih* Pacific.
San Francisco. November 15.—Ar
i rived, steamer Japan, thirty-three days
from Hoilg Kong She brings 14.468
packages of teas, 719 of silks and 4,539
Wrecks on Lake Hicliigan.
Detroit, November 15.—One propel
ler and two schooners were totally wreck
ed near Duluth.
Fire iu Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, November 15. Tlio
extensive saw and steel works ou Laurel
street, Kensington, are burning. It is a
Later —The saw factory was destroyed
and all the works fronting on Hay and
Dock streets, burned. The tire is now
under control; loss $80,001).
Mew Fork Hems.
New York, November 15.—Correction
in the Bombay dispatch ; The Viceroy of
India, instead of Egypt.
The Attorney General has no intention
of eutering a nolle proterjvi iu the Mayor
The Cuban Rebellion.
A Cuban letter states there are 18,000
insurgents under arms, but there ii a scar
city of clothing and medicine. Several
skirmishes lately with Spanish deserters
Squabble for Office.
Washington, November 15.—The com
petition for tho Philndelphia postmaster
ship is sharp. Several delegations are
here. Grunt seems disposed to let the civil
service examination designate from whom
he will select.
Portland, Me., November 15. —An
unknown schooner was wrecked on Cusp
ing fsland. and it is supposed ail the crew
Displaying the Flag.
London, November 15. Sergeant
Bates is walking through England with
the American flag, unmolested.
London, November 15.—Mr. Sumner
sailed yesterday on the Baltic.
Washington, November 15—A dele
gation, composed of Judge LouglieriSge.
M. C 1 elect from lowa. Beuator Lewis, of
Virgiuia, and Representatives elect, J.
Ambler Smith and J. 15, Senor. with other
gentlemen, called upon the President to
day, in older to lay before him the subject
of tbe completion of the James River,
and Kanawha Caual, for which Govern
ment aid is desired. The value of the
proposed work, in tbe interest of a cheap
and capacious transportation of the pro
duce of tbe West to tlie sea board, in con
uectioij with the lender by the Slates of
Virginia mid West Virginia of their inter
eats to lilt govern men t, and after a return
of jbe expenditure of tbe money required
for iIS cotuple.ion, that it be made a high
way free of all tolls, except those necessa
ry to keep it in repair, was presented to
tbe President, and will probably, at an
early day, receive the alteulion of Con
gress. Tlfe President expressed himself
sensible of the great importance of Hie
work in its national aspects and, after an
informal inlei change of opinion, the dele
gation withdrew much gratified with their
Tbe Post-office Department classes
ebrpmoa and engravings as printed mat
ter. reversing its pievious decision.
The Appropriation Committee of the
nouse meets on Thursday
Bauiusl M. Phillips, of North Carolina,
succeeds General liristow as Solicitor Gen
Tbe Commisioners of Internal Revenue
has. with the approval of the Secretary of
the Treasury, issued instructions to the
several Collectors in charge of bonded
warehouses, for the storage of manufac
tured tobacco and suufi. for the sale of
public auction, for tbe benefit of the Uni
ted-Slates, of any tobacco or snuff remain
ing in said bonded warehouses on and af
ter December 16th, proximo, or remain
ing in warehouses for a period of more
than six months after the passage of the
act of June 6th, 1872, with a view of im
mediately closing up all such warehouses
according to the terms and provisions of
The Playful Kerosene.
Philadelphia, November 15. The
Are at Dieton's Works, this morning, or
iginated in the explosion of an oil can.
The loss is a hundred and fifty thousand
dollars. One thousand men are out of
employment The busiuess amounted to
two million dollars a year.
The Fair and the Legislature.
Montgomery, November 15.—The Al
abama State Fair will opeu on Monday,
the 18th, aDd cohtinue through the week.
The indications are that it will he a very
good fair and an extensive exhibition.
Numerous entries are being delivered in
the various departments, from (litteient
States and localities. The new Legislature
meets the same week. The weather
promises to be delightful The people are
taking great interest and everything ar
Now Fork .Votes.
New York, November 15.—Congra
uldtory-dispatches passed to-day between
the Mayors of Adelaide, Australia, and
New York, upon the completion of the
The Market Insurance Company wind*
up am' divide* 25 to oh per cent, among
Important Bailroad Suit.
Denver City, November 15.— 1n the
1 District Court to day a decision wu reu-
MACON, GA„ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1872.
dered in the cases of the Kansas Pacific
Railroad, against the Union Pacific Kail
roml for $1,000,01)11 damages, tmd to re
strain the Union Pacific • Railroad from
discriminating against the Kansas Pacific
Railroad. The pleading of the Union Pa
cific Company iu the first case, that the
court had no jurisdiction without their
voluntary appearance, was overruled by
Judge Wells; but their pleading of im
propriety in the summons in tho second
case, was sustained and the case dis
Tin* Horse Malady.
Pottsvillk. Pa.. November 15 —The
horse disease is general among the coal
region. Muirs are becoming affected, and
cases are reported in deep miues.
Poughkeepsie. N. Y . November 15.
The malady attacked the cluckeqs. Thirty
iu one lot mid twenty in another died.
Their heads swell to doUftle the natural
The 4 oiislilulioii:il Foil volition.
Harrisburg. Pa.. November 15 —Mr
Buckah w qualified to-day as a member of
the Constitutional Convention, vice a
member who resinned to give him place
The Convention has adjourned to Mon
The Beautiful Snow.
Buffalo. November 15.—Four •incites
of snow fell to day—the first of the sea
son. The trains are behind.
London. November 15. —A dispatch
fioui Pillan, says it is feared that the
steamship Anglo-Dune, from Copenhagen
for Pillan. lias foundered iu tho Baltic
Sea. All lost.
Fi-inlliiK Office liiiruod.
CnARLESTOWN. Va . Nov. 15.-The
Journul building, with the printing mate
rial is burned.
Wlml the Bostonian* arc Doing,
Boston, November 15.—There are hut
few items to be gathered relating to the
The safe of J. M. Beebe & Cos., Win
throp Square, was opened, but nothing re
mained of the contents except a few char
red hooks aud papflrs
llorsewell, Kinsley & French recovered
fromztheir safe a lot of silver-wero in a
damaged condition and portions of family
jewelry, partially melted. The safe cou
tallied a small portion of gold coin, which
was melted. The property in the larger
portion of the safes recovered was ruined.
Several steamers are still playing upon
the ruins. The site of old Fort Hill is tho
scene of active building operations. Half
dozen wooden structures are being already
finished and In process of erection. Ar
rangements are being made at Quincy to
give a public welcome to Charles Francis
Adams, who is expected home next Mon
ItocHESTEB, N. Y., November 15.
Warrants have been Issued for. tbe arrest
of Susan R. Anthony and fourteen other
females who voted at the late election.
The warrants issued from Uuitcd States
Another Sick Prince.
Berlin, November 15.—Crown Prince
Frederick William is sick.
Thanks to Bennett and a
Vied a I to Stanley.
London, November 15.—A dispatch
says Ibo Council of the Royal Geographi.
cal Society have passed a resolution
thanking Mr. Bennett for tbe generous
and philanthropic spirit in which lie con
ceived the idea of relieving Dr. Livings
ton, and supplied funda for the purpose.
The Council has voted Stanley a Victoria
gold medal of tbe date of 1878 —anticipat-
ing tbe year.
The Penal Colonists.
Paris. Novemdcr 15.—The Govern
ment lias received information from New
Caledonia of tbe safe arrival of tbe truns
poits Q'lerriere and Oaronue, sent to un
dergo imprisonment in that penal colony.
The Sessions Closed.
Vienna. November 15.—A dispatch
from Jmispruk says the session of Tyro
lese have been closed by 'ho Governor, in
consequence of the refusal of the members
to fulfill their duties.
Tlie .1 <-k King.
Amadeus has articular rheumatism.
The Carlists have cut the telegraph be
tween Barcelona and Geneva.
A Nct Cracked. —This is what Mr.
E. P. Whipple says, and he lias one of the
clearest heads and soundest judgments in
America : Everybody who knows any
thing about politics, knows that the lead
ing journalists of the country are in
tellectually far ahead of most of the poli
ticians they support. Why. then, do they
attack e\ ery journalist who has an ambi
tion to be a Representative or Senator in
Congress, or to be the President of the
United States? The most mediocre, selfish
and nai row minded lawyer or business
man. is cheerfully sustained ; but the mo
ment that a man's Angers are stained with
editorial ink, he is accounted as unfit to
occupy political office, though he may
shape and guide political opinion. In fact
the journalists, especially those of New
York, are Kilkenny cats. They relent
lessly destroy each other. Any man who
is not a journalist is competent to All high
offices. Nobody who is one is not fit for
anything but to puff bis intellectual and
moral inferiors. The able men conduct
ing the American press are, like Uriah
Ileep, ‘ very ’unable.” They are amazed
that an editor should presume to place
himself on a par witli the politicians
whose r potation he makes or mars In
France. Guizot and Thiers, beginning as
journali 's. rose to the first rank as states
men In our country alone, the intelligent
journalist is told to keep himself in his
proper snbero That sphere is commonly
confined to the task of furiously recom
mending small men as the only fit occu
pants of great offices.
Herbert Spencer say* : “ The great
amelioration iri our penal code has not
been followed by increased criminality,
but by dereased criminality ; and the tes
timony of those who have most experience
unite to show that in proportion a* die
criminal Is left to sutler no other penalty
than that of maintaining himself under
such restraint* only as are needful for so
cial safety, the reformation is great, ex
ceeding, indeed, all anticipation.”
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Kidneys. Thousands of the- good and great
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stimulating the torpid Liver and Bowels, and
imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole sys
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Beware ol all Counterfeits and Imitations.
CROP OF 1572.
Clover, and G rass Seeds.
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ALSO a full assortment of LEATHER of id
. kinds, Enameled doth, etc.
tiddlers and Harness Maker;, Hardware and
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SEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
novlJ tf A York City Ihnt Off"-
B Y BREAD WEJJVE
and*?rftit£ued baaestablished * flrtclAftS
1 BAKERY w|).'re oor citizen* can obtain
bread that ta bread. My wgffon w j* JUppiy
| eitUeos at their residence*. I r> t
WILL KIND IT TO THE]It AD
VANTAGE TO GALLON OS
BEFORE MAKING THE l It
WE HAVE IN STO^F,
100.000 LBS. BACON OLHA R U.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, till grmlus.
500 ROLLS 2£ BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Have, and are offering at very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES IIA V.
1.000 BUSHELS CORN.
TocuUht with a full stock of nil j
all goods in our line ol business,
t tot r
IF long experience, and n thorough knowl
edge of the busmens in nil Its diversified
branches tire essential to tile keeping that which
the public lms long heard of but Mom nmi t
\ <ooi> ■■ori;a>,
the undersigned flatter themselves that they
arc fully competent to discharge 'tludr obllgu
| tions to their putrons; but they urn not only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
BEST AItKANUKD and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY H’BNTSJiKO
I house throughout, in the State, which is locti
i ted exactly where everybody would have it sit
j IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT AND ADJACENT TO
THIS PASSENGER DEPOT,
! where travelers tan enjoy th ummt nh/p and less
•liable to bo Oft by the, pcrpluxingly constant
j departure of tin; trains.
To all these Important advanlaid s is added
a TABLE tliat is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country can
Milord : nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the buMnena, Jmvc
j never been surpassed for polltoiiui-i* und atten
tion to gdCBtH.
For the truth of these stutenients, we refer.
! the public to our patrons who reside in every
i Htute in the Union.
E. E. BROWN <fc HON, Proprietors.
Macon, On., April 15, 1872. 78-101
(Horn e or to the lato iirrn of Smith, Wntcott.
cV (Jo., and of Smith, Mcftlu)jau & Co.')
MAN 1,1 A' Ti lll'Al AND DKALKJi IN
SADDLERY AND lIAKNKHH HAKDWAUK,
Leather of all Kinds,
KIKIiLK, iv IUVI>S. ETC.,
Together with every article usually kept ir> a
109 CUKKKY TANARUS., lUCOJI, A
FOR THE FALL ANI) WINTER TRADE
ItAWTON .V BATES,
I'oiirtii Street, (Next Door to I.nwlon *V Willingham,)
GU4H KKIEN, IMtOVIMIOXS, I’I.tYTITKO HI l*l*l,lKN, DAU
UI.VU, TIKS, Fi t’.,
ou az reasonable terms ai any house In Georgia. We will keep constantly on hand, BACON;
LAltl>, CORN, OATS, HAY, 81 GAR, COFFEE, BAGGING and TIES, anil u general assort
ment of such goods us are kept In a lirst class Grocery House. Give us u call. We are running
tin. KAUI.E FI.OKRIIG MIU.N, and
dire ( special attention to our “CHOICE,” “EXTRA,” “FAMILY” Flours. They will be
found exactly adapted to the trade, and wo guarantee every barrel to give satisfaction. Our
pi "ces are ns low ns those of the same grades cau ho bought In the South.
C'HtN MEAL, hrtHeii and unbolted, always on hand, of our own make and of the heat
sMJ. H. BANDY & CO.
Tl.y AM> SHEET I BOX HOOI’W;.
, - ’ Gaitfncf.. Plimbini and Repairing,
PI - •
v ') TIN AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
C•.. . - ( .---x. x jh A
aqt* H I ' Executed at short notice and satisfaction
\ S \ I guaranteed.
j) |'i | .X'o. to Third Nlrect, II aeon, Ou.
I I Particular attention given to Guttering put up
\ 1 With
\ IMIDVr FAFF FAN'I'K.XI.XIWN.
IIP&OVED GIN GEAR.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
'T'HIE nett) in sc of tho (Tin House floor Ims no effect on the Gearing. Kinsc Post of Iron and all
I the work bolted to iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, ANI) TO RIJN TWENTY FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE
Call mid sec for yonascl f.
I hulld a Portable Horse Power that chitllcna’eH nil other MAKES, but It will not do the work
with the same Draft that my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kinds of Machinery made and repaired at
ciMM iii rrs inon work*,
108-18A Near Brown House, Macon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P. TAYLOR,
Cor. Cotton Avenue and Cherry Street,
• DEALERS IN
FURNITURE, CARPETINGS, ES,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Collins and Caskets.
jarOrilcr* l,y Telegraph promptly attended to.
JXJtSM n. 11LOUKT. IHAAO HARDEMAN.
ISI.OI.'NX A. HARUF.MAN.
A’rToRSE y s'-ATc
/ \STTCE, at entameo Ralston Hall, Cherry
l ) street. 40-Ml
Barber Shop Tor Rent.
'THE Baaement room, forinwly occupied by
I. Mike Napier, In Brown’* Hotel buUdlug 1*
for rent Till* 1 one of ttio beat ataods tot a
•SSfcSW “*' „,K6jMi hotel.
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